THE BLACK MATH EXPERIMENT | Fake Words and Signs From Space

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Fake Words and Signs From Space

by THE BLACK MATH EXPERIMENT

A supersonic casserole of punk, alternative, electronica, and outright weirdo rock and roll in the grand tradition of Devo and The Pixies.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Fake Words and Sgns From Space/Intro The Black Math Experiment
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2. What We Do... Is Secret The Black Math Experiment
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3. Ruler of the Rock Robots (A Love Story) The Black Math Experiment
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4. Step The Black Math Experiment
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5. 1 + 1 = 1 The Black Math Experiment
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6. Interstellar Flotsam Episode #1 The Black Math Experiment
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7. The New Black The Black Math Experiment
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8. Laugh Track The Black Math Experiment
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9. Blood Culture The Black Math Experiment
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10. The Blues Song The Black Math Experiment
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11. 50 ft. Frankenstein The Black Math Experiment
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12. Molly's Walk The Black Math Experiment
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13. You Cannot Kill David Arquette The Black Math Experiment
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14. Step (Reprise) The Black Math Experiment
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Black Math Experiment is a band from Houston, TX of questionable taxonomy founded by Bill Curtner. Since their inception in 2004, they have become one of the state's leading live acts, often compared to DEVO and The Pixies. The band consists of Curtner on guitars, Captain Mongo Nelson on bass, Brian Coleman on drums, and Christi Lain and her twin brother Jef With One F on vocals.

The band rose to notoriety with its 2005 release Fake Words and Signs From Space, which featured the shout-along sarcas-hymn You Cannot Kill David Arquette". Its subject met the song with great amusement, and he sent the band a box of gourmet cupcakes in thanks. The band spent the following year gigging around Texas, opening for luminaries like Peelander-Z and Gene Loves Jezebel, and working on their second album.

Last Transmission from the Blue Room was "a natural progression" according to David Cobb of Houston Calling, who reviewed the album just prior to its release in November of 2006, amid a flurry of print and radio appearances. The album's flagship single, "Ology", was recently entered into the kindergarten curriculum of Hsinchu, Taiwan. Sadly, the album marked the end of keyboard player Chris Soliz's tenure with the band. He left the group as a full-time member just after the album's completion to pursue other projects, remaining friends and an occasional collaborator. The band continues to promote their latest album.


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Troy Younts

Black Math writes a new equation.
Mention experimental music and people think of anything from early Pink Floyd to Meat Beat Manifesto. But The Black Math Experiment is re-writing the equations of experimental NuMetal music. Prepare to have you head stretched by the aural adventure offered by the Black Math Experiment.

Kelly

David Arquette is invincible!
My fiance and I love the you cannot kill david arquette song we heard it in the Hot Topic store in Woodfield and knew that we had to get it. You guys are hilarious!